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high pressure still holding to the valley as a weak front skies will be common with highs temperatures between 78 and 83 morning, and afternoon. though the front will pass wednesday and thursday but by friday, another front begins to set its sights on the southwest friday into the weekend. saturday night into sunday we windy conditions are expected sunday and monday. breaking overnight...
why their officer opened fire on a man. 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan is live near las vegas boulevard and st. rose with the latest on the investigation. officers say they got out here, and saw a man with a gun - just pointing it at traffic..... ...but now we know, that gun wasn't real. real or not - people in this area had no idea what to think. they were terrified this guy was just going to start shooting at random cars. metro says officers rushed out here - tried over and over again to get the man to put the gun down. they were talking to him in english and spanish....but nothing worked. tyjay germany witness they told him a lot of times but he never put the gun down and then there was one shot to the shoulder. no officers were hurt...and that suspect is expected to be okay.
in stable condition. yasmeen hassan 13 action news. only on 13 action news... we speak with the children who say squatters have taken over their apartment complex, and now they're afraid their homes will be next to catch on fire. sunday morning, there was a fire at their complex near vegas valley and maryland parkway. firefighters believe squatters are to blame. the kids we talked to live just steps away from the blaze... and they say the squatters already moved back in! (keone bassett, lives next to squatters, 14) "there has been many in the front, in this building over here, there used to be some jumping from the back." (butted with) (jordan mangus, lives next to squatters) "if i put too much think into it, it will scare me." we reached out to the management company to see what they're doing about the traveling between arizona, utah and nevada. right now, one of the southbound lanes of the i-15 in arizona is shut down because of
that's up near the border with nevada and utah. take a look at this picture of the flames from "saint george news." n-dot is warning travelers to expect major delays. the lane is expected to be closed through at least the morning. a motorcycle rider is recovering in the hospital after a nasty crash yesterday near lake mead and buffalo. chopper 13 was first over the scene, giving us this aerial view of the aftermath. metro is still working to figure out how the car and the bike collided... and who was at fault. today is the biggest day in the race for the white house so far. voters from a dozen states, and a u-s territory will be heading to the polls today. 16-hundred- and-10 delgates are at stake. the latest polls show trump and hillary with commanding leads. the billionaire is ahead of 2nd place marco rubio, by more than 30 points. meanwhile sanders is trailing hillary by almost 20-percent. now other politicians are jumping in to try and take down the front runners.
the moon can't do better than nominating two fundamentally dishonest new york liberals. i think the american people deserve a better choice and i think they'll get a better " po-121mo voter turnout in all states today is expected to be huge - much more than the last time both parties held presidential primaries. time now is x:xx --- up next-- a disabled veteran and her family with no place to call home. after they found asbestos in their kitchen, they had no choice but to leave... and now they're asking for help. help. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13 bringing you
miles an hour down boulder highway when he crashed into the girls car last march. prosecutors say they'll push for him to spend 14 to 40 years in prison. lee's sentencing is scheduled for april 18th. tonight... metro officers are inviting you to meet with them, and learn about the crimes happening in your neighborhood. the first tuesday meetings will all start at 7 o'clock at the different area commands. each discussion will focus on different topics like car break-ins, identify theft, or financial crimes. we have a list with all the details on our website-- ktnv.com time now is x:xx --- coming up-- a consumer alert for women this morning... after hundreds of complaints about serious side affects, the f-d-a is now forcing one birth control company to put a new
partly cloudy skies will be common with highs temperatures between 78 and 83 degrees. central las vegas should reach 81 between 3pm and 4pm with winds stay mild throughout the morning, and afternoon. though the front will pass north of us, breezy conditions may pick up in the city overnight. mostly sunny skies return for wednesday and thursday but by
front begins to set its sights on the southwest and this time, southern nevada is in the cross-hairs. will bring in a small chance sunday and monday. this just in...bernie sanders is confirming that he did vote for himself in vermont. here's some video of him and his wife at the polls in burlington. ktnv will carry abc super tuesday coverage 7pm hour and 10pm hour. your voice. your vote. if you use essure birth
thousands of women have reported serious health problems. the fda is now forcing "essure" to have a warning on it's box letting women know of serious health risks. one woman says after using "essure" she developed a cyst, and had to have multiple surgeries, including a hysterectomy at age 38. kimberly hughes "you'd go to get tests and they'd say nothing is wrong, but i'd say how can it hurt so much and they didn't have answers." essure has also been linked to ec- topic pregnancies and miscarriages. the fda is also forcing the drugmaker further study the device. flu season is in full swing, but how do you know if your child's sickness is taking a deadly turn? difficult breathing is a huge red flag. blue fingernails mean they're not getting enough oxygen. a stiff neck could be
complication of the flue. if your child feels better and then feels sick again -- that could spell trouble, because a secondary infection might have set in. finally, if your child just isn't acting like herself -- trust your gut and get to the doc. a disabled veteran and her family are being forced out of their north las vegas home because of asbestos, and now they say they have nowhere to go! ivon valenzuela and her family want to move. during recent renovations in their kitchen, the contractors found asbestos. valenzuela says their management company billed them for a thousand dollars to have the testing done. now, after reaching an agreement with the landlord, they only have a few days to leave. ivon valenzuela "we need to get our family our of here, make sure we don't keep exposing ourselves to whatever is in the air. obviously there's still holes and they're still open." the family plans to put their stuff in storage and stay with a friend while they figure things out. if you'd like to help them, we put a link to their donation
time now is x:xx --- up next... he upset an entire community, when police say he murdered ducks and swans at a park. now the teen is starting the first day of his punishment. plus, his attorney reveals the reason he killed the birds. and right now metro is searching for 4 armed suspects after a violent home invasion. parker collins is at the scene near charleston and nellis talking with neighbors. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. take a look at this brush fire
mainly sunny to partly cloudy skies will be common with highs temperatures between 78 and 83 degrees. central las vegas should reach 81 between 3pm and 4pm with winds stay mild throughout the overnight. mostly sunny skies return for wednesday and thursday but by friday, another front begins to set its sights on the southwest and this time, southern nevada monday. windy conditions are expected sunday and monday. there's a new power-house in the battle for "online-video supremacy." plus, the fastest car in the world makes its big debut. here's abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan with more. < in today's tech bytes... the battle over online videos, heating up. the big new player, snapchat. it's c-e-o says users now watch eight- billion videos on its app every day. that's the same number of views as facebook, and it's five times larger than it was just a year ago. high tech and super fast! check out the new bugatti chiron.. geneva motor show...with a retail price of two point six million dollars. it's called the "oombrella".. and it knows when it's going to rain thanks to built-in
and other factors. it can also send you a reminder of its location, if you ever lose it. those are your tech bytes. have a great day. > chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. take a look at this brush fire near valley view and harmon take a look at this brush fire near valley view and harmon good morning las vegas... a community says they're tired
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high pressure still holthe valley as a weak front begins to moves just north of clark county through today and wednesday. mainly sunny to partly cloudy skies will be common with highs temperatures between 78 and 83 degrees. central las vegas should reach 81 between 3pm and 4pm with winds stay mild throughout the morning, and afternoon. though the front will pass north of us, breezy conditions may pick up in the city set its sights on the southwest friday into the weekend. saturday night into sunday we windy conditions are expected sunday and monday.
saw first on 13 action news... a violent home invasion. this happened just hours ago near charleston and nellis. parker collins was first at the scene. parker this is still a very active investigation? parker adlibs scene six thirty charlotte espeland, one really upsets me. they broke in in the middle of the night while people were sleeping? no that can't happen." a neighborhood is waiting for
the offensive messages being graffittied in their area. someone wrote "whites only" on the sidewalk friday night. it's been washed over, but this swastika is still very visible. our crews watched parents and children walk over it to get to and from wengert elementary. 21 3711 to 2137 24 it's very irritating again so just because i'm a minority why does race have to be something that
take that somewhere else neighbors believe they know who's doing this. they say this isn't the first time. parents plan to keep calling the county until the graffitti is gone. this morning, 4 students in ohio are recovering after a 14 year old opened fire in his school cafeteria. take a listen to the dramatic 9-1-1 call.... :10-:16 "there's a shooting. he brought a gun and he started shooting people. how many people did he shoot? what? how many people did he shoot? i'm not sure.. he just pulled out a gun and started shooting." two students were hit by the gunfire yesterday, the other two were wounded by shrapnel. sot 13 55 09 zayd ahmed/student "the first shot went, and then it kinda paused for five seconds and then it went bang, bang, bang." right now...police are still trying to figure out why the student brought the gun...
shooting the teen ran into the woods and that's where he was arrested. happening right now... the secret service is now investigating one of its own agents.. after a photographer from time magazine says he threw him to the ground, and grabbed him by the neck! this happened at a trump rally in virginia. the journalist is the man on the ground. (jim acosta:cnn) "were you just trying to cover the protests and..." (chris morris) "i stepped 18 inches outside the pen and he grabbed me by the saying it has reached out to secret service, and the photographer regrets his part in escalating the argument. dancing with the stars co-host, and sports reporter erin andrews breaks down on the stand.. while she talks about coping with naked videos of her being posted on the internet. this happens every day of my life. either i get a tweet or somebody makes a comment in the right back to this. i feel so embarrassed and i'm so ashamed." andrews is suing a marriot hotel in nashville where she was secretly filmed by a
she says the hotel made it easy for michael barret to track her down, and film her through a peephole he made. marriot says the barrett tricked them into gaining access. barret has posted videos of at least 10 women online. the teen charged with brutally killing swans and ducks at desert shores park pleads guilty, and now he starts the first day of his punishment. the teen's attorney says he would normally never do something like this, but he was thinking about a girl. he wouldn't elaborate on exactly what that meant. the teen will be on probation until he's 21. he has to do hundreds of hours of community service, and write an apology letter. he's also been banned from the park. what's clark county school district's plan to improve student performance? making sure all kids have equal education opportunities from
kindergarten is a full day for the first time starting next opportunities for more families in that area 14:18:19:02 superintendent pat skorkowsky says if they get a good start in kindergarten, other goals like increasing reading levels and graduation rate will be more achievable. other district priorities are increasing parent involvement, student safety, and career and technical education programs. this just in....forbes has just released their world's richest people list. bill gates is number one....warren buffet is in the top five. others topping the list are facebook founder mark zuckerberg... sheldon adelson at 22nd with 22.5 billion donald trump at number 324 at 4.5 billion time now is x:xx --- up next...
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with noisy overnight construction is waking up to some good news. one of the renters sent us this video showing the bright lights pointed at their apartments near tropicana & paradise. they say the construction has been going on all night-everynight for the last 6 months. madina elamki annoyed by overnight construction 10.36.50 i need to get my rest and stuff 53 and i have a ten year old that has to wake up and go to with) 00.26 nobody can sleep with this noise, it's just impossible 29 starts at 10pm and goes all night 34 until daybreak 36 the construction is part of a
reclamation district. they say the soil processing was finished last night, so it should be less noisy. the whole project should be done by march. hundreds of workers at the tesla plant in reno aren't a work today. more than a hundred people picketed outside yesterday after they say the compnay broke it's promise to hire majority of workers from nevada. they say most of the people are from a company based out a new mexico. tesla responded with a statement saying they have complied with requirements from their tax incentives package, and that nevadans make up more than three-fourths of the factory's workforce. it looks like even self-driving cars can cause fender-benders! google says one of its self-driving vehicles was at least partially responsible for an accident with a city bus in california. the bus hit the car after it switched lanes unexpectedly. no one was injured. google claims it has accumulated more than
software to avoid similar accidents. the paiute tribe is getting into the medical marijuana business. there was a ground breaking yesterday for the dispensary that's being built near washington and main.... the tribe is also working on a grow house in north las vegas...on the snow mountain reservation. both projects will take about 6 to 9 months to complete.... 2:42:01 06 benny tso pauitetribe chairman ((i think we can create a unique product. i think we can also create a unique despinsary a unique tribal council members have been talking about the plan for years... they said it all came down to providing medicine for the community.... phase one is now complete of a new mall in henderson. the eight-million dollar project is turning office buildings near sunset and marketplace. here's a new look at the space. a p.t's gold is expected in there.. as well as a mexican restaurant. . a veteran reunited with his lost service dog, and it's all
last friday eric fair says he tied his dog up to a tree, went inside his house, and when he came back the dog was gone. he posted his story on the lost dogs of las vegas page, and it was just a couple of hours later that the pair were back together! "thank you so much for bringing my animal home!" (butted with) i am going to give him a steak with a1 sauce and give him whatever he wants, because i am so happy he is back." the adminstrators of this page encourage anyone that finds a lost pet to have it scanned for , post signs in the neighborhoood, and post on their page. they also want to remind people to leave contact info so the owner can reach you. a woman had to learn the hard way what not to bring in her carry-on bags. the warning from the t-s-a is now trending... now trending anivo take a look at these heels... the gun-themed stilettos forced a traveler in baltimore to make
detected the shoes and bracelet decorated with fake bullets. security told her she was have to check the items, but it was too late for her airline to add them to her bag... so she had to leave them at the airport. a great update on this morning on the mustache cat! she now has a forever home. she was abandoned at a salvation army donation center in fresno last week. they took her to a shelter. after her story went viral last week, the group says they got dozens of applications to adopt her. her new owner says she named the cat "mustachio." leap day was extra special for a woman in wisconsin--because she got to celebrate her 25th... or one hundredth... birthday. her family and friends threw her a big party to mark the occasion. although she loved her cake, the woman's daughter says the secret to her long life was
is now searching for armed robbers on the run. parker collins was first to the scene near charleston and nellis. parker you've been talking with neighbors, what are they telling you? parker adlibs scene this all happened just around 3 a-m this morning. police say they're looking for suspects right now involved in everything. i spoke with a neighbor who says.... charlotte espeland, neighbor 7:27:43-7:27:47 "people can't do this to offer people. this is totally unacceptable." we're gathering the latest details right now....i'll have more in just a bit. parker collins 13 actions news. and breaking overnight...
metro reveals new details about why their officer was forced to shoot a man. 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan is live near las vegas boulevard and st. rose yasmeen what did we learn overnight? officers say they got out here, and saw a man with a gun - just pointing it at traffic..... ...but now we know, that gun wasn't real. real or not - people in this area had no idea what to think. they were terrified this guy was just going to start shooting at random cars. metro says officers rushed out here - tried over and over again to get the man to put the gun down. they were talking to him in english and spanish....but
we'll see you back here for action news live at midday.. i was walking home. just picked us up two breakfast croissants for four bucks, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants. then jack showed up and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived.
millions of americans head to the polls on the biggest day of voting yet. >> now i'm going to be greedy for the united states. i'm going to take and take and take. >> donald trump looks unstoppable with 11 states up for grabs for each party. his rivals hitting him harder than ever. >> and we are not going to allow a con artist to take control of the party of lincoln and reagan. >> one trump rally takes an ugly turn. a journalist roughed up. >> it matters what you say when you run for president and it really matters if you are president. >> and hillary clinton sets her sights on the gop front-runner. donald trump here exclusively live this morning as we kick off super tuesday. also this morning, erin andrews breaks down on the stand. her emotional testimony about the stalker who filmed her. the "anthem of the seas" races home again. the giant cruise ship that survived a severe storm turned
battle a norovirus outbreak. and the twister miracle. the woman locked out as a terrible tornado destroyed everything around her. wait until you hear how she survived. and good morning, america. welcome to super tuesday, a pivotal day in the race for president. you're looking live at a polling station in georgia right now, voters already lining up this morning, and we've got live coverage streaming in all across the country. there you see all the campaigns in action right now. they are hard at work this morning. this is the single biggest day of voting before november. >> because so much is at stake. 11 states in play for the republicans, 12 contests for the democrats. more than 1,600 delegates up for grabs. and you know our team is out there covering every angle for you bringing you the latest all morning long and the crowd here